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UC-Beckley announces a new nursing program

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UC-Beckley announces new associate degree in nursing. UC-Beckley announces new associate degree in nursing.
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BECKLEY -

A new nursing program is coming to Beckley from the University of Charleston.  Officials with the institution will announce the plans at a press conference on Tuesday, Feb. 11.

The program will offer an Associate Degree in Nursing.  UC- Beckley leaders will be joined by representatives of Raleigh General Hospital and Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital.  They will discuss the need for the program and how it will impact the local community.

The news conference will be held at Carter Hall's first floor conference room.  It is expected to take place at 3 p.m.